Are new gTLD registries ripping off brands with unfair sunrise fees?

by Kevin Murphy
Forget .sucks — several less controversial new gTLD registries have come under fire from the likes of Google, Facebook and Adobe for charging sunrise fees as high as $17,000 for domains matching famous trademarks. According to figures supplied to DI by ICANN’s Business Constituency, the domain carries a $17,610 “Premium Name Fee” during the current sunrise period.Read the full article